On New Year’s Eve, three of the Bay Area’s funniest women will perform their signature brand of stand-up comedy at a benefit for the Brava Theater. Marga Gomez, named SF Weekly‘s “Best Comedian of 2012,”...
The fundraiser tonight for leading cultural figures Rene Yañez and Yolanda Lopez, who are being evicted from the home they have lived in for 35 years, will bring together some of the icons of the Latino...
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Tagged art, Brava Theater, Chicano, chicano art, Ellis Act evictions, Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, Rene Yañez, Yolanda Lopez
From Brava Theater’s website: ‘Night Wakes Dawn’ is a musical, theatrical exploration of the beliefs and prophecies initiated by the Mayan culture surrounding December 21, 2012 and tells a story of how these larger spiritual...
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Tagged Alma Herrera-Pazmiño, Brava Theater, end of the world, Loco Bloco, Martin Herrera-Pazmiño, Night Wakes Dawn
Four Latin jazz bands will perform throughout this afternoon and early evening at the Mission’s First Annual Latin Jazz Festival. The music begins at 2 p.m. with San Francisco brass band VL Trio, led by Cuban...
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It’s Saturday night at the Brava Theater, and a man and a woman stand on stage in front of an old school projector. Black microchips lay against a white backdrop, and the two use an...
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Tagged Brava Theater, Dieter Moebius, Loud Objects, Richard Lerman, San Francisco Electronic Music Festival, Tristan Perich and Katie Shima
Eight hours of non-stop music!
Sizing Down My Holidays 12 – 10 to 12 – 18 Hey Kids! is a weekly feature looking at what’s coming up for families and kids of all ages. Hello Mission Families-the winter holiday season...
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Tagged 18 Reasons, Brava Theater, City Hall Holiday Open House, hey kids, holidays, Little Lane Studios, Lovejoy's Tea Room, Revolutionary Nut Cracker Sweetie, SF Conservatory of Music, The Marsh Youth Theater, Yerba Buena Gardens
Theater gets caught in an off-stage labor dispute between the carpenters' union and a private construction firm. En Español
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Tagged Beebo Brinker Chronicles, Brava Theater, Cabaret Off-Brava, Carpenters' Union, construction, Dale Stickney Company, Dave Crandell, economy, Hetal Patel, James Underwood, journeyman carpenters, Local 22, Paul Cohen, Redding, union
A contemporary version of Dante's Inferno by Tim Barksy En Español
Three Kings Day concert, chatty cockroaches, mass transit in the afterlife and more!
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Tagged Brava Theater, cockroaches, Congregation Sha'ar Zahav, coro hispano, creativity explored, curiosities for kids, insects, jennifer muskopf, LGBT, marsh, MCCLA, natural resources, Oddball films, paxton gate, the bright river, tim barsky
Oddball Films, Mickey Mish, lickety fish and more!
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Tagged Brava Theater, christmas, Events, fat albert, holidays, kids, little spot cafe, marsh theater, Oddball films, pete gowdy, stephen parr
Production team helps nonprofits pay their bills.
The show must go on, despite cuts from city funding.
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Tagged Adam Mansbach, Beebo Brinkle Chronicles, Brava Theater, budget, Carrie Schulman, Claudia La Rocco, Ellen Gavin, Fuku, Grants for the ARts, Hetel Patel, intersection for the arts, Offic of Community Investing, Raelle Myrick-Hodges, Robert Hurwitt, The Time period of Fredericka, York Theater